BCSO deputies head to Lee County following deadly weather

Baldwin County

ROBERTSDALE, Ala. (WKRG) — Tornado relief continues from all corners of Alabama after devastating storms killed two dozen people over the weekend.  A group of deputies from Baldwin County heads to Lee County Tuesday morning.

This is the sort of outreach we see all the time when disaster strikes in the region.  Neighbors helping neighbors in times of need.

Later this morning a group of deputies will head out with food to Opelika.  They are heading to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.  Greer’s donated 10 Boston butts that were smoked yesterday.  Deputies are also bringing more food to go with it.  It’s a journey of more than 200 miles and will take at least three and a half hours to get there from Robertsdale.  Lee County was hit hard by the storms and it will be a while before life is back to normal.  

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